by Erik Abrahamyan
ACBA-Credit Agricole Bank's terminals switch to a round- the-clock regime. For the moment, the Bank has 68 cash-in terminals at all the 49 branches and at the head office.
The press service of ACBA-Credit Agricole Bank has told ArmInfo that the terminals stationed at the Opera Branch (42, Mashtots Avenue), Nor Nork Branch (16/46, Gai Street) and Yerevan Mall Branch (34/3, Arshakunyats Avenue) are operating round-the-clock.
At the rest of the branches, the terminals operate from 9:30 am till 6 pm, and at the head office - from 9:30 am till 4:30 pm. The location of the branches is available on www.acba.am/branches.
The terminals enable the Bank's customers to promptly pay for the utility services, including Internet services (Ucom, Orange, VivaCell, Beeline), as well as to repay loans, deposit funds on the current accounts and replenish the deposits. The source says that no fees are levied for the specified operations.
To recall, "ACBA Credit Agricole Bank" CJSC has been operating in Armenia since 1995. Since September 2006, the majority shareholder of the Bank has been Credit Agricole S.A. with a 15.56% stake. Another major shareholder, SJSC "Sacam International" (member of Credit Agricole S.A.), has a 12.44% stake.
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